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SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - In its ongoing case against Apple Inc, "Fortnite" creator Epic Games is counting on this week's testimony from its star expert witness David Evans, chairman of Global Economics Group, to make its case that Apple is an anticompetitive monopolist over app developers.
Epic Games Inc seized on Apple Inc’s private survey of developers to show that the creator of Fortnite isn’t alone in bashing the App Store.
(Reuters) - A federal court in the United States has authorized the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to serve a "John Doe Summons" on the crypto exchange Kraken, seeking identities of U.S. taxpayers who have used cryptocurrency, the Department of Justice said on Wednesday.
Apple’s lucrative app store was alternately portrayed as a price-gouging monopoly and a hub of world-changing innovation during the preamble to a trial that may reshape the technological landscape.
OAKLAND, Calif. (Reuters) - The chief executive of "Fortnite" creator Epic Games testified on Monday that he knew he was breaking Apple Inc's App Store rules by putting Epic's own in-app payment system into the game last year but wanted to highlight Apple's sway over the world's iPhone users, which now total 1 billion.
OAKLAND, Calif. (Reuters) -Attorneys for "Fortnite" creator Epic Games on Monday argued at an antitrust trial against Apple Inc the iPhone maker has turned its App Store into a "walled garden" with a "Venus fly trap" designed to lock in 1 billion iPhone users and the developers who want to reach them.
While Apple chief Tim Cook touts the brand’s App Store as an economic miracle, Fortnite-maker Epic Games says developers suffer under its tyranny.
BOSTON (Reuters) - U.S. officials on Tuesday arrested Roman Sterlingov, the alleged principal operator of cryptocurrency money laundering website Bitcoin Fog, according to a federal court filing.
ADT Inc, the largest home-security company in the US, has filed a lawsuit accusing Amazon.com Inc’s Ring service of copying its trademarked blue octagon symbol “to tout a reputation for trust to potential customers that it has not earned”.
Google broke Australian law by misleading users about personal location data collected through Android mobile devices, a judge found on April 16.